Roman plebeians wore tunic clothing made up of a coarse of black material. It was made of inexpensive material, which was easy for them to afford. They also wore leather sandals.
Roman plebeians were the working class people in the Roman society. They consisted of builders, farmers, craftsmen, and bakers who worked hard to pay taxes and provide for their family. They lived in storey buildings called insulae, which were crowded, and two families could share one room. Children followed the career path of their parents and only went to school for a couple of years to learn how to read and write.